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87991: Requiem ['Pour out your bounty...'] / Sonnets 1917 : To England

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These pages show a poem (the third in the volume) entitled 'Requiem', which has been crossed out entirely and rewritten by Gurney in blue ink ['Lie still...'], written at Arras. With numerous alterations, and also written at Arras, the other poem, 'To England', is part of a sonnet sequence dedicated to the English poet Rupert Brooke. |

File description(s):

A copy of the second edition (March 1919) of Ivor Gurney's collection 'Severn and Somme', first published in November 1917 by Sidgwick and Jackson, owned by Gurney and annotated and corrected by him some time after 1921, probably in April 1925. Includes an inscription by Gurney, numerous alterations in the poet's hand, in black and blue ink, and descriptions of where Gurney remembers the poems to have been written.

History

Creator

Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)

Date

Mar-19

Format

Published

Contributor

Alisa Miller

Rights

The Ivor Gurney Archive, Gloucestershire Archives / The Ivor Gurney Estate

Collection ID

Papers of Ivor Gurney 39537

Repository Name

The Ivor Gurney Archive

Repository Address

Gloucestershire Archives, Clarence Row, Alvin Street, Gloucester, GL1 3DW, UK

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